The month of July 2020 brought about unprecedented challenges to international education in the United States. The world is already struggling through a pandemic. International mobility pivots from non-existent to severely limited. The business world is adjusting to new ways of interacting with clients and employees.
The short and direct answer is, YES. There are multiple evaluation services to choose from. When searching for these evaluation companies, you need to be sure that the company is a member of an association that meets your needs.
There is not a one-size-fits-all answer to whether or not getting a master’s degree is worth the time and financial investment it takes to complete the credential. Cost, length of study, as well as purpose for study should all influence any decision when it comes to undertaking this higher degree.
A common question from international students is, “Will US employers accept my degree from abroad?” We’re here to give you a deeper look into this. The short answer is, yes, the majority of US employers will accept your international degree.
Emerging out of the middle ages, the Islamic educational institutions called madrassas (also referred to as Madaris-e-Deeniya or?Deeni?Asnad) are effectively seminaries which may provide some mix of primary, secondary and tertiary education.
A common confusion in credentialing is the Carnegie Unit and the Credit Hour. While these measures are historically linked, they are not synonymous. The difference can cause confusion for people entering the U.S. educational system from abroad, just as foreign educational systems can cause confusion for those trying to evaluate education from abroad.